On Saturday more than 6000 people took the streets against high rentsd and gentrification on a rainy day in Hamburg (German territory). During and after the demo there were two occupations. A reportback.Continue reading #Hamburg: Two occupations during #MietenMove demo against gentrification and high rents – A reportback
Italy is the third largest AirBNB market behind the US and France, and Firenze (Florence) is one of the cities most affected by this new restructuring. Repression against social centers is growing.Continue reading Round-Up of Repression Against Social Spaces in Italy
Toronto: Today (January 12, 2019) tenants at 1340 King along with members of Parkdale Organize delivered a letter to landlord Evan Johnsen at his Parkdale home. Johnsen is trying to evict 1340 King tenant Stanislav, a masonry worker who has lived in the building for twenty years.Continue reading #Toronto, #Parkdale: 1340 King Tenants Organize Against Eviction
Athens, Exarchia: On the 10th of December, the final offers for the construction of the METRO line 4 will be submitted. One of the stops of the metro is scheduled to be built on Exarchia square.
In London gentrification news, Dalston’s Ridley Road Market Shopping Village is due for eviction tomorrow. Shopping Village is an indoor part of the historic, funded in 1880s, market.
Rent strikers in Hamilton, Ontario were not intimidated when corporate suits showed up at their door demanding rent.
New Zealand/ Aotearoa: With much fanfare the Labour-led government announced in its first budget major changes to supposedly assist beneficiaries who are struggling with housing costs. On April 1st, 2018, the changes, especially to the Accommodation Supplement, took effect but it quickly became apparent the government had given with one hand and taken away with the other.
A piece about the events and aftermath in Hamilton.
Continue reading #Hamilton: Staying Solid through the Flurry: An Anarchist Perspective on the Kirkendall Riot
Every day — whether it’s the landlords charging ever more rent for ever shittier apartments, the boss pushing you to work harder, the business association lobbying for more cops, or just the Audi that cuts you off in rush hour — the rich make our lives worse. Every day we have to deal with their attacks on us, but every once in a while we can find a way to strike back.
Video and a short report about actions against gentrification in Berlin and Wuppertal, Germany.